The number of people with vaping lung illness has reached more than 450. Some experts suspect unregulated cannabis cartridges may be to blame.
From the New York Post- Who Exactly Is Toking Up? New York Post Takes A Look At The Average Marijuana User – In 2011, the NYPD busted 50,000 people for lighting up in the five boroughs. By 2015, that number had dropped by 68 percent, to just 16,000. “I started realizing a lot of my family
New York May Move Towards Possession Decriminalization Soon New York Governor Supports Less Rigid Marijuana Legislation – New York State legalized medical marijuana in 2014, with one of the most regulated programs in the country. The state has recently amended their regulations that will make medical marijuana more accessible to patients throughout the state, even
One year later, assessing the local impacts of medical marijuana Local Impact Of Medical Marijuana On A Small New York State Town – This year saw the opening of the first medical marijuana dispensaries in New York State, with Riverhead hosting Suffolk County’s only dispensary. Fears voiced by community members and local officials alike about
Chronic Pain Now A Qualifying Condition in New York Chronic Pain Has New Classification For New York Medical Marijuana Patients- The New York Department of Health recently clarified their stance on chronic pain conditions for inclusion in the state’s medical marijuana program. According to the DoH, the agency is classifing chronic pain as: “any severe
New York State is Making Positive Changes to Its Medical Marijuana Program New York State will soon let patients use medical marijuana in hospitals. Hospitals will be allowed to create policies allowing patients to use the drug or have caregivers administer it to them under a regulation proposed by the state Health Department. The regulation
The Struggles and Successes of New Yorks Medical Marijuana Program The state of medical marijuana in New York- New York is loosening restrictions in its nearly year-old medical marijuana law but, to the dismay of some pot advocates, there is no sign the state is in any hurry to join eight other states in embracing